Cremation and Burial Services, Duncan, Cowichan Valley, Vancouver Island BC

By: H W Wallace Cremation & Burial Centre Inc  09-12-2011
Keywords: funeral home, Memorial Service

The Traditional Burial/Cremation

Most people are familiar with what is known as the “Traditional Service”. The traditional funeral service is generally structured around the following elements:
  • Transfer of deceased from the place of death to the funeral home for preparation
  • A period of time is set aside for open or closed casket viewing normally the evening before or the day of the service.
  • A public or private ceremony in the Funeral Home Chapel or the church of ones choice.
  • Committal Service for burial in a cemetery or cremation takes place.

The Memorial Service

This is probably the most familiar form of service for families in our area.
  • Transfer of the deceased from the place of death to the funeral home for preparation.
  • Viewing for family may be arranged if the family desires this.
  • A public or private ceremony either in the Funeral Home Chapel or a church of your choice or any other location suitable for the family
  • Committal Service for burial in a cemetery or cremation takes place.

The Minimum Service

This is available for those not wishing any type of service.
  • Transfer of deceased from the place of death to the funeral home.
  • Viewing for family may be arranged if so desired.
  • Immediate cremation or burial takes place.
  • No formal service
We offer services options to all religions, culture groups and for those with special rituals. We also have the ability to transfer deceased world wide.

Call us at 250.701.0001 or Toll Free 1.877.394.0001

H. W. Wallace Cremation & Burial Centre,
serving Chemainus, Cobble Hill, Cowichan Bay, Crofton, Duncan, Glenora, Ladysmith,
Lake Cowichan, Maple Bay, Mill Bay North Cowichan, North Oyster, Sahtlam, Saltaire

Keywords: funeral home, Memorial Service

Contact H W Wallace Cremation & Burial Centre Inc

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